Assessment Overview

What is the Integrated Health Assessment? 
The assessment is a comprehensive strengths-based, information integration tool developed for use in the Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) Integrated Health Workgroup. 
The purpose of this assessment is to help convey the status of integratedness in Health Centers and support communication and implementation progress across peer Health Centers and the MPCA. Integrated Health includes, but is not limited to, the degree of integratedness among physical health, behavioral health, oral health, enabling services, and preventive health.
The assessment is used to: 
  • Collect information related to the strengths and needs of Michigan Health Centers 
  • Collect information to direct the integrated health priorities of Michigan Health Centers 
  • Support effective implementation of integrated health domains 
  • Support collective decision-making and implementation planning across the workgroup 
  • Promote quality of services across Health Centers 
  • Promote implementation of value-based care 
How was the assessment created?
The assessment is adapted from tools developed by the University of Washington AIMS Center, the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, the AHRQ Academy, and the National Council for Mental Wellbeing. 

When is the assessment due?
Health Centers are asked to coordinate responses with appropriate Health Center staff and complete this assessment by February 3, 2023.

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